Here at Arnolds, nothing makes us happier than to see a company really enjoying the office furniture that we’ve lovingly refurbished and, in many cases, helped them to select. So we were delighted to hear from one of our clients, Kevin J. Kaminski, Sr. Vice President Alternative Energy Solutions Energi, Inc., a year after his purchase of used office cubicles, conference tables, and other assorted furniture. It was so great to hear how happy Mr. Kaminski was with his purchase, especially after having really settled in to the new furniture:
We have now purchased furniture from Arnolds for three locations, and every time it has been the same. Everything we have purchased to date could have been passed off for new, cubicles, conference room tables, and offices. When we started looking for furniture we were looking at middle-of-the-road type stuff with laminate work surfaces and plain panels and we were still shocked by the overall cost.
The first office we outfitted was 22,000 square feet at our Peabody location, we ended up with top of the line cubicles, desks, and conference rooms for less than half of what the middle of the road furniture was going to cost us new. We have had that furniture for a year now and have no complaints. I have attached a few pictures of what our furniture looks today, almost a year after the initial install (just taken today.)
We’re often shocked, too, at how much other companies charge for new and used furniture that’s neither built to last nor, let’s be honest, particularly attractive in the short period of time you can actually use it. For what you’d pay for a laminate conference table from somewhere else, you can get a real wood beauty, like our clients did:
Finally, if you need a hand figuring out how to design your new office space, we offer planning services. There’s no need to guess what will work best in your office. We can help you find furniture that fits like it was made for your work space, looks brand-new, and costs less than many lower quality pieces.Visit Susan Jennings on Google+